Yesterday in my post “2014 Technology Trend Webinars in December” I provided a list of upcoming technology analyst webinars during the month of December that can provide you with overviews of analyst trend and predictions for 2014. In this post today I am providing a list of similar webinars that have already occurred over the last few months. If you are interested in staying on top of technology trends, these are great webinars to review.
All these webinars have been recorded and archived, so you can access on demand via the analyst websites. The title of the webinars are hot linked so you can just click on the ones you want to view. These should all be free webinars, but you may need to register on the website if you have not done that already. Enjoy!
27 Aug 2013 Yankee Group M2M Market Trends and Opportunities
05 Sep 2013 Deloitte Gamification Goes to Work: Beyond Points, Badges, and Leaderboards
25 Sep 2013 Gartner Mobile Trends and Issues From 2013 to 2016
26 Sep 2013 Gartner Cool Vendors 2013: The Nexus Grows and Challenges Current IT Assumptions
01 Oct 2013 Gartner 3D Printing: The Hype, Reality and Opportunities Today
03 Oct 2013 Gartner Ten Trends and Technologies to Impact IT Over the Next Five Years
03 Oct 2013 Deloitte Marketing’s Digital Renaissance and the CMO’s Evolving Role
23 Oct 2013 Gartner Information, Analytics and Big Data Trends and Opportunities
05 Nov 2013 Yankee Group Mobile Metrics That Matter: 10 Data Points That Will Define the Next Wave of the New Mobile Economy
06 Nov 2013 Gartner Gartner Predicts a Disruptive IT Future
07 Nov 2013 Deloitte Cognitive Computing: Can Computers Learn from Experience?
08 Nov 2013 Gartner The Internet of Everything: Business Models and Scenarios
12 Nov 2013 Gartner Top Security Trends and Take-Aways for 2013/2014
15 Nov 2013 Gartner What Your Network Security Will Look Like in 2018
19 Nov 2013 Gartner The Big Data Opportunity: What Does it Mean for CSPs?
19 Nov 2013 Gartner Emerging Trends Radar Screen
21 Nov 2013 Gartner Through the Nexus Looking Glass: Microsoft, Google and Apple